Nezu Museum Garden, Tokyo meditation spot

The Nezu Museum is a contemporary structure that houses the collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art amassed by Japanese industrialist Nezu Kaichirō (1860-1940). It is also nestled in an extraordinary inner-city private garden of awe-inspiring beauty.

 

There are several places where one can sit quietly and practice a private meditation session. Best to bring a hat and sunglasses and arrive at opening time since that is when it is least busy. The best is in the far corner of the garden where one can find a quiet hut in a bamboo grove. 

6 Chome-5-1 Minamiaoyama,

Minato, Tokyo 107-0062

http://www.nezu-muse.or.jp

Phone: 03-3400-2536

Hours

Friday           10AM–5PM

Saturday      10AM–5PM

Sunday         10AM–5PM

Monday        Closed

Tuesday        10AM–5PM

Wednesday 10AM–5PM

Thursday      10AM–5PM

Nezu Museum Garden, Tokyo quiet corner of garden
Nezu Museum Garden, Tokyo THE spot to meditate
Nezu Museum Garden, Tokyo entrance walkway

Meditate In The Nezu Museum Garden, Tokyo

Find A Quiet Corner To Meditate In This Pearl Of A Japanese Garden In The Heart Of Tokyo, Japan

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